What is another word for bill?

Pronunciation: [bˈɪl] (IPA)

When it comes to the word "bill", there are plenty of synonyms to choose from. Some of the most common ones are invoice, statement, check, receipt, and tab. However, there are also some lesser-known alternatives like account, tally, score, and register. Depending on the context and the industry, different terms might be more appropriate to use. For instance, in the restaurant industry, it's more common to use the word "check" instead of "bill" when referring to the final payment. No matter what word you choose though, it's important to communicate clearly and effectively to avoid confusion or misunderstandings.

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What are the opposite words for bill?

The word "bill" can have several antonyms depending on its meaning. In terms of a document or financial statement, the antonyms may include "credit," "refund," "rebate," "compensation," or "compensation." Another meaning of "bill" refers to a bird's beak, and antonyms for this sense of the word may include "tail," "feathers," or "wings." In terms of a legal document or proposed law, the antonyms may include "repeal," "veto," "cancel," or "abolish." Finally, in terms of entertainment or leisure activities, antonyms for "bill" may include "cancellation," "postponement," or "reschedule." The antonyms for "bill" therefore vary depending on its context and meaning.

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Usage examples for Bill

Their hotel bill paid, they found themselves eight dollars and a half ahead.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
I've need of part of the money you got for me-to get back on-and pay a bill or two-and the rest I leave to you-there where you put it you'll find it.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
I guess we better be moving along, bill.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower

Famous quotes with Bill

  • In 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act, a bill opening one half million square miles of territory in the western United States for settlement.
    Peter Agre
  • Well, here's what I think. I mean, the people are saying, 'We don't want it,' and the Democrats are saying, 'We don't care. We're going to pass it anyway.' And so for the next three months, Washington will be consumed with the Democrats trying to jam this through in a very messy procedure an unpopular health care bill.
    Lamar Alexander
  • But you say, does it represent change? The change is that we are fighting an insurance industry that has killed health reform for generations. They're spending tens of millions of dollars right now to defeat this bill, and we're on the doorstep of winning a great victory for the American people.
    David Axelrod
  • Any gentleman with the slightest chic will give a girl a fifty dollar bill for the powder room.
    George Axelrod
  • To help U.S. workers, farmers and businesses, and America's long-term economic security, Congress should take decisive action to bring about fair trade with China, instead of squandering this opportunity on a weak Republican bill.
    Joe Baca

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